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Fern A man of culture, lawyer James Madison Randolph enjoys a refined life in Boston, far away from the ramshackle ranch he grew up on and the secrets that haunted him there Forced to return to the hated frontier when his brother is accused of murder, he still has no use for anything it has to offer not the backbreaking work, not the barren wastelands, and especially not the sharp tongued vixen named Fern who wants to gun down his entire family

10 thoughts on “Fern

  1. Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books) Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books) says:

    Madison is the black sheep of his family He went off to the North and became a citified lawyer You can guess he and Jeff who fought for the South don t get along Yet, even though he doesn t care for his brothers, he loves them and comes to town to defend his brother from a murder change Madison was a interesting contrast to his rough and tumble cowboy brothers with

  2. Galena Sanz Galena Sanz says:

    Otro libro de esta serie y de este autor que termina por gustarme mucho, aunque debo admitir que no tanto como el primero La historia de Madison no me llamaba la atenci n en un principio porque era el nico hermano Randolph que no conoc a, su car cter no me ha gustado mucho, aunque Fern es una mujer con car cter y bastante peculiar A pesar de todo la trama no es muy

  3. Cat Cat says:

    I m a sucker for a good romance with stubborn couples and this is no exception I have also discovered that I am a sucker for a good smutty book ahah I love the West and the dangerous and rebellious people that inhabit it Well I inhabit it too so that would explain my rebelliousness haha I loved the plot, characters, and story in all Planning on reading the rest of th

  4. Jaimey Jaimey says:

    Even though I found the heroine a little irritating, it was understandable, considering her past The hero was intriguing, especially since he was only mentioned in the first book of this series Some aspects of the story felt a little loosebut for the most part, I really liked it.

  5. Sherry Sherry says:

    Leigh Greenwood is a man and his imagniation is absolutely wonderful I m over 1 2 way through the series and each book is great With the exception of the first book all seven brothers show up in each book so far.

  6. Pao Rogue Kou Pao Rogue Kou says:

    El tema es que tanto Fern como Madison no me gustan como los dem s.

  7. Anne Dirty Girls& Anne Dirty Girls& says:

    I liked this one just as much as the first one I know I liked Madisonthan George and I liked Fern almost as much as Rose On to Monty

  8. Clary Morales Clary Morales says:

    Fern es el segundo libro, de la saga siete novias, escritas por Leigh Greenwood Esta historia narra el reencuentro de Madison Randolph con sus hermanos despu s de ocho largos a os, desde el d a en que se march de Texas a Boston, para convertirse en abogado.El prop sito de su regres es poder liberar a su hermano Hen, qu es falsamente acusado de un crimen que no cometio Per

  9. JiMina Heart JiMina Heart says:

    I never thought I would say thisthan once on one of my favorite author s book, but this book is a mess for me Hero and heroine seems like never cease to fight They constantly arguing which really exhausted me both my patience and energy There are like few pages when the hero and heroine don t argue Then there s the hero kissing another woman, his explanation and defense to

  10. Cindy Bolen Cindy Bolen says:

    I really like this book even though I don t agree with some things like Madison abandoning his brothers and running off to Boston I know he hated Texas but he should have stayed for his mother and brothers I also don t like Fern hatred of Texans blind her to the real killer s identity Madison is a bit of a snob considering Fern s background especially since his family becam

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